Here is a unique opportunity to hear stories from the dirt tracks of the jungles: to smell the earth through people who have made forests a part of their lives. ‘From the Field’ showcases people like ecological historians, wildlife researchers, or forest department staff, and the challenges they face in their daily lives and professions. Learn from their insights on a broad spectrum of topics, gained through extensive studies and hands-on experiences.

A Tiger on a Tree

January 15, 2020

Most people who have seen a tiger in the wild have a story to share. My story is definitely unusual, for, I didn’t go looking for one. I was studying […]

An Improbable Hunt

November 15, 2019

I remember that fresh April morning of 2009. The winter was all but gone and the first rays of sunlight had clothed the forest in a shade of amber yellow. […]

In Search of the Bamboo Frog

September 01, 2019

It was 2014, and the monsoon was in full swing in Coorg. The rain had paused momentarily and we’d quickly hiked up to a spot near Honey Valley Estate, where […]

As the Wild Mango Tree Saw It

June 01, 2019

It was the end of a long hot day in the Kagneri reserve forest of Sakleshpur, Karnataka. As dusk neared, the relentless summer sun slowly began to ease. A gurgling […]

The Darkness of the Evergreen Forest

April 15, 2019

The Biligirirangan Hills (BR Hills) in south east Karnataka are home to the Solega people, and also to over 250 species of birds. In this article, we take a look […]


January 15, 2019

Commensalism is a relationship between two species where one species benefits and the other species neither benefits nor is harmed. Such relationships exist in the natural world between various species. […]

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